Helmet and Headgear Testing:

  • DOT FMVSS 218 – Motorcycle Helmets
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1203 – Safety Standard for Bicycle Helmets
  • ASTM F1163 – Horse Sports and Horseback Riding Headgear
  • ASTM F1446 – Performance Characteristics of Protective Headgear
  • ASTM F1447 – Bicycle or Roller Skating Helmets
  • ASTM F1492 – Skateboarding and Trick Roller Skating Helmets
  • ASTM F1849 – Helmets Used in Short Track Speed Skating (Not to Include Hockey)
  • ASTM F1952 – Downhill Mountain Bicycle Racing Helmets
  • ASTM F2032 – BMX Cycling Helmets
  • ASTM F2040 – Recreational Snow Sports Helmets
  • ASTM F3103 – Off-Road Motorcycle and ATV Helmets
  • EN 1077 – Helmets for Alpine Skiers and Snowboarders
  • EN 1078 – Helmets for Pedal Cyclists and for Users of Skateboards and Roller Skates
  • SFI 24.1 – Youth Full Face Helmets (except Sections 5.1.1)
  • SFI 31.1A – Open Faced Helmets
  • SFI 41.1A – Open Faced Motor Sports Helmets

Flamability Testing:

  • CPSC 16 CFR 1500.44 – Method for Determining Extremely Flammable and Flammable Solids
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1610 – Flammability of Clothing Textiles

Bicycle, Bicycle Trailer, and Scooter Testing:

  • CPSC 16 CFR 1512 – Requirements for Bicycles
  • ABNT:NBR: 14714 – Frame and Rigid Fork – Safety Requirements
  • ABNT:NBR: 15444 – Pedal and Crank arm – Fatigue Resistance
  • ABNT:NBR: 9295 – Wired Rope for Bicycles
  • ABNT:NBR: 14732 – Two Wheeled Vehicle – Bicycle – Bicycle Rims
  • ABNT:NBR: 8023 – Spoke Measurements
  • ABNT:NBR: 8024 – Fatigue Test
  • ABNT:NBR: 8692 – Spoke and Nipple Resistance of Traction
  • ABNT:NBR: 8691 – Bicycle Nipple – Measurements
  • ABNT:NBR: 14713 – Stem and Bars Safety Requirements
  • ABNT:NBR: 14714 – Frame and Rigid Fork – Safety Requirements
  • ABNT:NBR: 14868 – Brake Assembly Requirements and Test Method
  • ABNT:NBR: 15557 – Inner Tubes for Tires Requirements and Test Method
  • ABNT:NBR: 15966 – Safety Requirements for Suspension Forks
  • ASTM F1625 – Rear-Mounted Bicycle Child Carriers
  • ASTM F1975 – Non-powered Bicycle Trailers Designed for Human Passengers
  • ASTM F2264 – Non-Powered Scooters
  • ASTM F2641 – Recreational Powered Scooters and Pocket Bikes
  • ASTM F2642 – Safety Instructions and Labeling for Recreational Powered Scooters and Pocket Bikes
  • ASTM F2917 – Bicycle Trailer Cycles Designed for Human Passengers
  • ISO 4210-1-2014 – Safety requirements for bicycles — Part 1: Terms and definitions
  • ISO 4210-2-2015 – Safety requirements for bicycles — Part 2: Requirements for city and trekking, young adult, mountain and racing bicycles
  • ISO 4210-3-2014 – Safety requirements for bicycles — Part 3: Common test methods
  • ISO 4210-4-2014 – Safety requirements for bicycles — Part 4: Braking test methods
  • ISO 4210-5-2014 – Safety requirements for bicycles — Part 5: Steering test methods
  • ISO 4210-6-2014 – Safety requirements for bicycles — Part 6: Frame and fork test methods
  • ISO 4210-7-2014 – Safety requirements for bicycles — Part 7: Wheels and rims test methods
  • ISO 4210-8-2014 – Safety requirements for bicycles — Part 8: Pedal and drive system test methods
  • ISO 4210-9-2014 – Safety requirements for bicycles — Part 9: Saddles and seat-post Test Methods
  • ISO 8098-2014 – Cycles – safety requirements for bicycles for young children
  • ISO 11234:1994 – Cycles – safety requirements for bicycles for young children
  • EN 14619 – Roller sports equipment: Kick scooters
  • EN 14764 – City and trekking bicycles
  • EN 16054 – BMX bicycles – safety requirements and test methods
  • ANSI Z 315.1 – Tricycles – Safety Requirements
  • AS/NZS 1927 – Pedal Bicycles – Safety Requirements

Toy and Chemical Testing:

  • Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008, Section 101 – Children’s Products Containing Lead
  • ASTM Standard F 2617 – Identification and Quantification of Chromium, Bromine, Cadmium, Mercury, and Lead in Polymeric materials Using Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometry
  • ASTM F963-2011 – Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Toy Safety; all sections except 4.3.6.3: Cleanliness of Liquids, Pastes, Putties, Gels, and Powders, and 4.20.1: Pacifiers with Rubber Nipples/Nitrosamine Test; Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008, Section 101: Children’s Products Containing Lead; Lead Paint Rule
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1303 – CPSC-CH-E1003-09.1 – Determining Lead (Pb) in Paint and Other Similar Surface Coatings
  • CPSC-CH-E1001-08.3 – Determining Total Lead (Pb) in Children’s Metal Products (including children’s metal jewelry)
  • CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3 – Standard Operating Procedure for Determination of Phthalates
  • CPSC-CH-E1002-8.3 – Standard Operating Procedure for Determining Total Lead (Pb) in Non-Metal Children’s Products (XRF portion only)
  • CPSC-CH-E1003 – Determining Lead (Pb) in Paint and Other Similar Surface Coatings
  • CPSC-CH-E1004-11 – Determining Cadmium Extractability from Children’s Metal Jewelry
  • ASTM F2617 – Standard Test Method for Identification and Quantification of Chromium, Bromine, Cadmium, Mercury, and Lead in Polymeric Material Using Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometry
  • ASTM F963-2016 – Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Toy Safety (4.2, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.8, 4.9, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12, 4.13, 4.14, 4.15, 4.16, 4.17, 4.18, 4.19, 4.20 (except 4.20.1), 4.21, 4.22, 4.23, 4.24, 4.25, 4.26, 4.27, 4.28, 4.29, 4.30, 4.31, 4.32, 4.33, 4.34, 4.35, 4.36, 4.37, 4.38, 4.39, 5, 6, 7 and 9)
  • EN 71-1-2013 – Safety of toys — Part 1: Mechanical and physical properties
  • EN 71-3-2013 – Safety of toys — Part 3: Migration of certain elements (excluding Chromium (III, IV) and Organic Tin)
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1500.48 – Determining a Sharp Point in Toys and Other Articles Intended for Use by children under 8 years of age
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1500.49 – Determining a Sharp Metal or Glass Edge in Toys and Other Articles Intended for use by children under 8 years of age
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1500.50 – Test methods for simulating Use and Abuse of toys and other articles intended for use by children
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1500.51 – Test methods for simulating use and abuse of toys and other articles Intended for use by children 18 months of age or less
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1500.52 – Test methods for simulating use and abuse of toys and other articles intended for use by children over 18 but not over 36 months of age
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1500.53 – Test methods for simulating use and abuse of toys and other articles intended for use by children over 36 but not over 96 months of age
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1501 – Method for for identifying toys and articles intended for use by children under 3 years of age which present a choking, aspiration, or ingestion hazard because of small parts

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